There are technical leaks regarding the Oppo Reno 11 series

There are significant leaks about the eagerly awaited new Reno series from Chinese tech company Oppo.

There are technical leaks regarding the Oppo Reno 11 series

As we approach the expected arrival of the Oppo Reno 11 series, anticipated to happen this month, excitement is building. Leaked renders suggest a design closely resembling its predecessor. Now, thanks to insights from the well-known tipster Digital Chat Station (DCS), we have a clearer picture of the specifications for both the Reno 11 and 11 Pro models.

The Oppo Reno 11 series is reported to use both Qualcomm Snapdragon and MediaTek Dimensity chips, drawing parallels to the Oppo Reno 10 family's approach. The standard Reno 11 model is rumored to feature a Dimensity 8200 chipset, housed within a body measuring 7.59mm-7.66mm thick and weighing around 184 grams. It's expected to boast a curved screen with a punch-hole cutout for a 32MP selfie camera. The rear of the device will likely feature a triple camera setup, including Sony’s LYT600 sensor for the main camera, an IMX355 sensor for ultrawide shots, and an IMX709 sensor for telephoto capabilities, offering 2x optical zoom.

There are technical leaks regarding the Oppo Reno 11 series

The Pro variant, the Reno 11 Pro, is set to step up the game with a 1.5K display that supports a 120Hz refresh rate and 2160Hz PWM dimming. Powering this model will be the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, paired with LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. For photography enthusiasts, the Pro model is expected to include a 32MP front camera and a 50MP IMX890 primary rear camera with OIS, alongside an 8MP IMX355 ultra-wide and a 32MP IMX709 2X telephoto lens.

In terms of battery, the Reno 11 Pro is likely to have a slightly smaller 4700mAh battery compared to the standard model but compensates with a faster 80W charging capability. The device is expected to be around 8.19-8.26mm thin and weigh approximately 190 grams. Additional features may include a dual speaker setup and an X-axis motor for enhanced audio and haptic feedback.

Interestingly, DCS suggests there will be no Reno 11 Pro+ model this time around. While official confirmation from Oppo is still pending, these insights offer a glimpse into the potential offerings of the upcoming Reno 11 series.